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Area over love

This may sound like a cheap romantic novel or a new soap opera but... Read More

Hearing Loss Prevention and Music

Of the many causes of permanent hearing loss, the one that is most preventable... Read More

Best of 2018: Musicians should not retire on my watch!

Recently there have been news reports about famous musicians who can no longer perform... Read More

A Northwestern University study on Diplacusis

  Lauren Ervin is a current graduate student working towards her Master’s in Communication... Read More

Musicians should not retire on my watch!

  Recently there have been news reports about famous musicians who can no longer... Read More

INFO FOR MUSICIANS

“Less change is more”, except when it comes to money: Part 1

For listening to music through hearing aids there seem to be two rules of... Read More

An 8000-Hz Audiometric Notch with Music Exposure

Last week I saw a violinist with an 8000-Hz audiometric notch in her hearing... Read More

Masking and Music – Temporal masking – part 3

The following 4 part series of blogs, overviewing the phenomenon of masking, is written... Read More

An Open Letter to Hard of Hearing Musicians

This letter is based on my 35 years of working with hard of hearing... Read More

“I’m an analog junkie!”

“I’ve had analog hearing aids for years and my banjo sounded great.  They broke... Read More

PREVENTING HEARING LOSS

The audiogram is really quite silly.

I am constantly amazed by how similar the hearing of an 85-year-old who has... Read More

And The Winner Is….(Part 1)

Whenever I fit hearing protection such as Musicians’ Earplugs, I verify the function using... Read More

Music and the PCAST Recommendations -Part 4

So…. when is a hearing aid prescription a hearing aid prescription? Hearing aid prescription... Read More

The Luxury of Hearing Protection

This is a guest blog based on the theme, that some is good, but... Read More

Maybe a sledgehammer is what we need?

I know that it is a great pastime for all of us to take... Read More